A social prescription: Power of human connections

Mental health is very much interlinked to positive parenting. Our mental state affects our children in so many direct and indirect ways. Motherhood and parenthood in general is a time when most people find themselves in a period of isolation from social connections while tending to their growing family. Today I am sharing something that has been on my mind for long but never found … Continue reading A social prescription: Power of human connections

Austin spotlight: Mayfield park and Nature Preserve

When in Austin one of the first highlights you need to visit is Mt.Bonnel. Its the best scenic view point of Austin especially great for a sunrise or sunset (a detailed post on this Austin spotlight coming soon) A mile away from Mt.Bonnel is another nature gem, Mayfield park and nature preserve. This is a free park with a historic cottage, wildflowers, cottage garden, tall … Continue reading Austin spotlight: Mayfield park and Nature Preserve

Book review: The day the crayons quit by Drew Daywalt

Age: 3+ One day a boy named Duncan opened up his crayon box to color and found a stack of letters. It was letters from the crayons. (Check out my instagram post on the book for more inside pics of book) There is a letter from the red crayon who says its over worked because of all the coloring in fire engines, fire trucks and … Continue reading Book review: The day the crayons quit by Drew Daywalt

Book review: There is a bear on my chair by Ross Collins

Age: 2+ Toddlers thrive on monotony! A little deviation from the routines is all it takes for a meltdown. The main reason I got this book was because of the title. During mealtimes both me and hubby usually sits at the same chair. If for some reason we sat on each others chair our little one will surely call us out on it. This book … Continue reading Book review: There is a bear on my chair by Ross Collins